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Man City makes League Cup history despite 1-0 loss

Man City makes League Cup history despite 1-0 loss against Manchester United

January 29, 2020 By Oscar Rojas
The Citizens were able to hold on to their aggregate lead against Manchester United despite Matic's stunning finish.

Manchester City may not have won the second leg of their clash against Manchester United, but they managed to earn themselves a little bit of history in League Cup play.

The Citizens will be facing Aston Villa in the League Cup final, where they will be trying to replicate Lverpool's three-peat in the competition. But even if they don't win the title, their ability to make it to the final has already secured them a place in history, as they have joined Liverpool and Nottingham with their performance for the past three years.

Manchester City reached the final by beating Preston North End in the 3rd Round with a 3-0 score. Next, Guardiola's men eliminated Southampton thanks to their 3-1 win. Their quarter final tie saw the Citizens claim another 3-1 win, this time against Oxford United. Last, but not least, Pep's men made it to the final with their 3-2 aggregate win against their neighbors.


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